About

PLEASE NOTE: Our workshop is still closed to the public for member-access, so we are unable to issue new memberships at the moment.

DCW will be resuming class blocks in Autumn/Winter 2021! Our classes will be running at limited capacity – Keep an eye on our Facebook or Instagram for further updates. Alternatively, if you’d like to join our 2021 Class Information Waiting List, click on this Link.

We are currently offering 1-1 and single household group sessions in both wheel throwing and hand-building. Please see our Facebook or our Instagram for updates from DCW!

Our online shop is open again for purchasing 1-1 sessions, group bookings and gift vouchers.

[Updated 24th of July 2021]  


Dundee Ceramics Workshop was established in 2016 by members of Tin Roof Arts Collective. Founded in 2010 by graduates of DJCAD, the collective’s intent was to provide a space for artists and the wider creative community to work and collaborate. Between 2010 and 2016 Tin Roof were based on Ure Street in a large industrial warehouse where they provided studio space for nearly 100 artists, a wood workshop and two exhibition spaces.

In 2016 Tin Roof relocated to Milne’s East Wynd and launched Dundee Ceramics Workshop, providing facilities, classes, kiln hire, and 1-1 tuition for ceramic artists and enthusiasts. In 2019 the workshop doubled in size when it moved to Wasps Meadow Mill, enabling the collective to offer studio space for rent again in the form of four small units for ceramic artists.

The Team

The workshop is run by a volunteer committee who meet weekly in the studio.

Our committee members are:
Jen Collins [admin]
Ellen Forbes
Finlay Hall
Joanna Helfer [board]
Zsófia Jakab
Lola Knibb [graduate intern]
Mairi Laird
Tanith Marron [board]
Lauren Morsley
Lauren Swan

Our workshop technicians are Sarah Rychtarova and Jill Skulina. We’re grateful to Ella, Jenny, Joely and Molly who volunteer to open the workshop.

Find out about the committee’s Go See Share trip to visit ceramics workshops, artist run spaces and community resources in March 2019 here. With thanks to Creative Scotland.

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